ROSEMARIE JACOBS MAGEE

Profile Updated: October 7, 2017
Residing In: OVERLAND PARK, KS USA
Spouse/Partner: Jake
Children/Grandchildren: Son: Michael J. Schwabauer (Mar 1967) and wife Krystal (Apr 1971) married Apr 2008 --Gracie Ann (Aug More…2001), Abigail (Apr 2004). Son: Douglas H. Schwabauer (Apr 1970) and wife Kelly (May 1971) married Aug 1997 -- Molly Jean (Feb 2001), Elizabeth "Libby" Rose (Dec 2003). Jake's son Kerry Magee (May 1956) and daughter Erin Magee (Apr 1958). All of whom live within 30 minutes of our home in Overland Park.
Former/Current Occupation(s): Both CORE Associates & Send-Out-Cards are "former." My current location is community and church volunteering!!
Email Address

RoseMagee@aol.com

Schools Attended:

Park Elementary (K-6)
Everett Jr High (7-9)
Lincoln High School (10-12)
University of Nebraska (1961-1965)

Community/Volunteer Activites:

Volunteer activities include Johnson County Community College Cultural Education Center Usher & Ticket Taker; United Methodist Church of the Resurrection, Leawood, KS: Commissioned as a "Congregational Care Minister", Communion Steward, Adult Sunday School participant and teaching team, "Adoration" Women's Vocal Ensemble, Piece Makers Quilting Group, creating lap quilts for church members and gurney/cot sized quilts for injured military personnel. Retired Stephen Ministry Program Coordinator for COR. Elementary School Teacher's Aide; SafeHome Shelter for abused women and children; Inner City Food Kitchen-help prepare and serve noon meal for 300+ once a month; Johnson County Library Cashier for major Annual Used Book Sale. Former volunteer, then staff member of Ten Thousand Villages in downtown Overland Park.

Share 1 or 2 LHS Memories:

Joy Night especially the "Raggedy Ann and Andy" dance! What fun that was! Remembering Jan Johnson and me tap dancing on stair-case platforms my dad made! Hobo Day ... did we really do that? The box cars / trains to football games in Omaha ... those were 'memorable' for sure!! Overnights with girlfriends ... cheering for our LINKS ... becoming a cheerleader was such an honor. Lots of favorite teachers ... lots of favorite classes. High School was a great time in my life ... warm memories of lots of good, good friends!

Brief Life Summary Since 1961:

1961: On to NU in their newly accredited 4-year, Bachelor of Science degree in Medical Technology, which included 12 months clinical work at UN Medical Center in Omaha. I pledged, and became an active member and officer of Alpha Xi Delta sorority. I graduated June 12, 1965, married Roger Schwabauer (LHS Class of 1960) on June 19 and we moved to KC June 26!

We rented a duplex and I began work as a Medical Technologist at Shawnee Mission Hospital, while Roger worked nights as Warehouse Manager for Procter and Gamble. In 1966 Roger went into Army OCS; Mike was born 1967 at Ft Sill, Oklahoma. Mike and I moved back to Lincoln when Roger went to Vietnam a year later. Roger mustered out in 1969 when he returned to the US and we moved back to Overland Park into another duplex!

Doug was born in 1970 in Kansas City, MO. For 10+ years, I was active in Colonial UCC church, served on the Church Council, sponsored High School Youth Group and accompanied them on many mission trips. A multi-denominational group of ministers formed Consultant / Trainers Southwest (C/TS) to train lay leaders in the churches in the Mid- and South-west. I became an active part of C/TS as an attendee for many years, edited the "NEWSLOOP" quarterly, and served on the Board and then as president for three years. Also various community activities kept me busy, along with "Mom" activities like Cub Scout Den Mother, Room mother, etc, etc, etc.

Roger and I divorced in 1977, though we remained very good friends til his sudden and unexpected death in 2000. (Both Roger's and my second marriages were not successful.)

In the late 70's, I was promoted to Clinical Laboratory Manager at Shawnee Mission Medical Center. There I served on many in-house committees, including executive interview committees, and other Executive level groups. I was a founding member of a new national organization - CLMA - Clinical Laboratory Managers Association, and served on that Board coordinating the greater midwest region, simultaneously forming the first CLMA chapter in the KC area.

In the community, I served on the Kansas Conference board of the United Church of Christ and was appointed to an Advisory Board seat of Eden Theological Seminary in St Louis. As president for 4 years of Johnson County Mental Health Association, my efforts were recognized as Volunteer of the Year 2 consecutive years for Johnson County and 1 year for the State of Kansas.

Both of our sons went on to college: Mike at Kansas State University in Fine Arts and Doug at the University of Colorado, Boulder, in Computer Science. It was then that I formed and was CEO of CORE Associates - a Training and Personal Development Seminar Company, based in Kansas City. To support myself and two guys in college, I worked part time as a Med Tech weekends and nights and in the day time marketed, created, and delivered personal development training programs and consulted in companies throughout the U.S. Training was and still is my passion - though not as actively as I once was!

During that time, I also served on the Board of Directors for Carlson Learning Company, Mnpls, MN, and received numerous sales awards and was named "Mentor of the Year" in 1994 by the staff of CLC.

Jake Magee and I married in 1990, having been good friends for many years and worked together at Valley View UMC. In 1994, we moved our church membership to Church of the Resurrection United Methodist, in Leawood, KS. I retired and sold my training business (CORE Associates) that included an active website, retail clients, & training client lists.

Both of my sons have married wonderful women and each has 2 daughters - the shining stars in our lives! You'll see the 6 "girls" who have given new meaning to my life ... as "Granny Rose." (Not a bad return-on- investment for raising two fine young boys into outstanding young men!!)

Erin and Kerry Magee live near us - Erin in KC, Ks, and Kerry in Lawrence. Each is single, and join us on many occasions for celebrations, recitals and ballgames!

Jake and I have traveled with friends and with church groups to Spain, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Greece, Turkey, Italy, and also throughout the USA with Jake's various Senior Softball Tournament teams. In February 2012 we will take the "dream trip of our lifetime" as we travel through Israel following Christ's journey from birth to death and resurrection.

We enjoy time with our families, our church community, attending various cultural and sporting events throughout KC, volunteer work in various venues, taking care of the lawn (Jake) and gardening (me), reading, movies, and just hangin' out together! We have been greatly blessed in so many ways. Along with our families, we are also grateful for good health, and most especially, several different groups of friends who are supportive and have become our 'extended family'.

Our granddaughters are 2 sets of 7 year olds and 2 sets of 10 year olds this year ... they're growing up way too fast. We attend and thoroughly enjoy their dance recitals, softball-soccer-basketball-gymnastics-school programs - just being with them is such a thrill!

It's hard to believe that we're 50 years out of high school, Class of 1961! Mike & Doug asked me years ago "... if you could live your life "over" again, would you change anything?" The answer was and still is "No". Without all the hills and valleys, ups and downs, laughter and tears, good times and not-so-good times, I wouldn't be who I am today ... and I'm glad to have had the experience of every moment along the way!

Can't wait to see everyone at the reunion! Be safe and God bless!!

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Oct 13, 2018 at 9:52 AM

Hey, my dear... Happy 75th! Can you believe it??? I can't!!! "Seems like only yesterday __________ fill in the blank! We're doing well... How are you and "the kiddos"? All grown up with great-grands, I suppose! Our first (Molly) graduates high school next spring! Ouch! Have a wonderful day... Get lots of kisses and hugs!!!

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Oct 12, 2018 at 9:44 AM

Hi Gae!! Have a fantastic birthday. This is an biggie... Enjoy it to the max!! Happy 75th!

Oct 12, 2018 at 9:43 AM

Happy birthday, John! Hope it was a great celebration!!

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Sep 22, 2018 at 11:38 AM

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Dave ... I'm so sorry to be so late in expressing my condolences for your losses ... how hard to lose them all so close together. I am thinking of you ... hoping that you will be at peace. Hope we can talk soon.

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Jul 26, 2018 at 9:41 AM

Happy Birthday, Carol! One of my KC friends granddaughter just attended Camp Catron in Nebraska City.. were you there with Sandy Smith and me when we were kids?? Can't recall for sure. Any way... Hope you're doing well and your birthday was a wonderful celebration!!

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Jul 14, 2018 at 11:15 AM

Happy birthday, Ted! Enjoy your special time!

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Jul 13, 2018 at 5:35 PM

Happy Birthday, Joan! Congrats on your move ... enjoy!!

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Jun 07, 2018 at 12:26 PM

Happy birthday! Enjoy your special day!!

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Jun 04, 2018 at 8:05 PM

Belated greetings and best wishes for a happy and healthy new year!!

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May 23, 2018 at 9:42 AM

Hello, dear Glenda!! I trust you are celebrating your birthday in fine style with family and friends! Wish I could be with you to celebrate another birthday!! Think of you so often... Wonder if Mickey Mouse still lives at your place,!!?? Have a great day and blessed year! Love to you!

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May 23, 2018 at 9:30 PM

Posted on: May 23, 2018 at 9:38 AM

Happy Birthday, David!!! I hope you have a great day... Celebrate heartily and feast on memories while creating new ones! Here's to you

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May 21, 2018 at 10:26 PM

Happy Birthday, Ted! Enjoy your special day!!

May 21, 2018 at 10:25 PM

Happy Birthday, Kiddo! Hope you're doing really well! Wishing you only the best! Take care!!

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May 02, 2018 at 3:57 PM

Happy Birthday, Earl! Hope you have a great day today ... doing what you love with whom you love! Blessings!!

May 02, 2018 at 3:55 PM

Hey Nancy! Hope you are having a wonderful SPRING BIRTHDAY! At least a wonderful day if it's not storming up there! We're in for a BIG one tonight it seems in KC. Enjoy your birthday! Blessings and love sent your way!

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Apr 12, 2018 at 4:17 PM

Posted on: Apr 12, 2018 at 7:33 AM

Hi there! Well ... more than just a "bit" late ... but sincere, none-the-less! Hope you had the best birthday ever! This is a big one for us, isn't it??? Blessings and lots of love to you throughout this year, Vi ... hope to see you sometime this summer!

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Apr 11, 2018 at 11:50 AM

Happy Birthday!!! Hope you have a great day of celebration and a wonderful year to follow! Happy 75th!!!

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Apr 11, 2018 at 11:43 AM

Happy Birthday, Tom! May this be your very best birthday ever ... and many more to follow!!

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Apr 09, 2018 at 9:13 PM

Happy Birthday, Dianne! Spend your special day with those you love and have a blast!!! Best wishes always!!

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Doug, "Mom" , Mike attending the boys' step-sister Cindy's wedding
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Mike and Krystal Schwabauer
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Doug and Kelly Schwabauer
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L to R: Libby Rose, Abby, Molly, Gracie
February 19, 2011. They are BFF cousins!!
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The Nutcracker Tea Party - December 6, 2009 "My girls" ... Left: Kelly (Doug's wife), Right: Krystal (Mike's wife) The girls in front of their moms L-R: Molly (8) Libby Rose (5) Abby (5) Gracie (8) A tradition for the last 3 years. We all love the annual tea party!
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